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January 14, 2015

Top Five Legal Tips for Small Businesses on Instagram

From Facebook to Twitter and even Pinterest, there 's a place for every business type to connect directly with customers in an instant via social media.
January 7, 2015

Should Franchises Purchase Business Insurance?

One of the most overlooked areas for many new franchises is expanding their business insurance.
January 1, 2015

Ohio Bill Favors Hiring Veterans

The State of Ohio is moving toward passing a bill that would make it legal for companies in the private sector to favor veterans and their […]
January 1, 2015

How Should Your Business Accommodate for Employees With Disabilities?

All businesses eventually have to face issues that arise with disabled applicants and employees. Each business should have a firm grasp on the laws that define how a company should handle a disability.
November 28, 2014

Are you Doing Enough to Protect Your Trade Secrets From Theft in the Cloud?

Most companies are not doing enough to protect themselves from employees leaving with trade secrets. Take these steps to protect your business.
November 21, 2014

Putting Paternity Leave on Equal Footing With Maternity Leave

It is time for companies to offer dads their fair share of parental leave, and it is time for dads to step up and take it.
November 7, 2014

Not All Speech on Social Media is Protected

Speech on social media is generally protected but in cases involving obvious threats and insubordination it may not be protected.
November 5, 2014

Freaky Fast, Freaky Good, Freaky Proprietary Practice

You’ve probably seen Jimmy John’s commercials boasting of the deliciousness of their sandwiches and the speed—it’s “freaky fast”—with which those delicious sandwiches will reach your belly. […]
November 1, 2014

6th Circuit Rules in Favor of Nonprofit in Discrimination Claim Brought by Volunteers

In this recent case, the Court ruled that volunteers could be treated as employees in a set of very limited circumstances